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Forth Dimension Displays Microdisplays Support US Army Training Program

Forth Dimension Displays Microdisplays Support US Army Training Program

Forth Dimension Displays (ForthDD) is pleased to announce its high resolution microdisplays have enabled the US Army’s Flight School XXI program to surpass 200,000 hours of aircrew training. [More]
Benno Oderkerk, CEO and Co-Founder of Avantes, Receives EPIC Phoenix Award 2014 that Recognizes Entrepreneurship in Photonics

Benno Oderkerk, CEO and Co-Founder of Avantes, Receives EPIC Phoenix Award 2014 that Recognizes Entrepreneurship in Photonics

The story of Avantes starts in April 1994 with Luitzen Roosma and Benno Oderkerk in a shed in Eerbeek, the Netherlands. Not unusual for start-ups and entrepreneurs, in the evening hours both founders would modernize and ... [More]
Philips Lighting Wins 2014 European Frost & Sullivan Lighting Company of the Year Award

Philips Lighting Wins 2014 European Frost & Sullivan Lighting Company of the Year Award

Based on its recent analysis of the lighting market, Frost & Sullivan recognises Philips Lighting with the 2014 European Frost & Sullivan Lighting Company of the Year Award. Philips Lighting ensures that its concepts, innovations and technologies are geared towards providing the ultimate lighting experience. [More]
Comprehensive Analysis of the Emerging OLED Automotive Lighting Market

Comprehensive Analysis of the Emerging OLED Automotive Lighting Market

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "OLED Automotive Lighting - 2014" report to their offering. [More]
Novel Method to Highly Compress Laser Linewidth

Novel Method to Highly Compress Laser Linewidth

Dr. Tao Zhu and his team of researchers from Chongqing University, Southwest China, have discovered a new method to highly compress laser linewidth based on Rayleigh backscattering. Using their new method, Rayleigh backscattering can be collected in any waveguide structure and all wave bands to effectively compress a laser linewidth to merely hundreds of hertz, which could have a revolutionary impact on the field of laser technology. [More]
New 600W High Intensity Skid Mount LED Light Plant from Larson Electronics

New 600W High Intensity Skid Mount LED Light Plant from Larson Electronics

Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 600 watt skid mount five stage electric light mast. This tower features a rotating boom that allows for 360° of rotation, a removable mast head, and a cube frame with skid pockets with 4-corner pick eyes for easy transportation. [More]
X-ray Guidance Device Reduces Radiation Exposure for Liver Cancer Patients

X-ray Guidance Device Reduces Radiation Exposure for Liver Cancer Patients

Johns Hopkins researchers report that their test of an interventional X-ray guidance device approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2013 has the potential to reduce the radiation exposure of patients undergoing intra-arterial therapy (IAT) for liver cancer. [More]
Sony Debuts Full-Frame 24.3MP Camera with 5-Axis Image Stabilization

Sony Debuts Full-Frame 24.3MP Camera with 5-Axis Image Stabilization

Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging, has today introduced another exciting addition to its full-frame á7 lineup, the á7II (model ILCE-7M2). [More]
New Vapor Proof 25W LED Handheld Trouble Light from Larson Electronics

New Vapor Proof 25W LED Handheld Trouble Light from Larson Electronics

Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 25 watt LED handheld trouble light that is vapor proof, food safe, and approved for damp locations. This light produces four times as much illumination as a 40 watt bi-axial fluorescent bulb and is ideal for close quarter work, inspection activities, and food handling applications. [More]
Telindus Telecom Selects ADVA FSP 3000 with Advanced Encryption Technology for Luxembourg Market

Telindus Telecom Selects ADVA FSP 3000 with Advanced Encryption Technology for Luxembourg Market

ADVA Optical Networking announced today that Telindus Telecom, the first global alternative operator in Luxembourg, has deployed the ADVA FSP 3000 with advanced encryption technology to ensure the security of its operator network and cloud services. [More]
Soraa Upgrades MR16 GU10 Base 120V LED Lamp Line with Efficient LED

Soraa Upgrades MR16 GU10 Base 120V LED Lamp Line with Efficient LED

Soraa, the world leader in GaN on GaN™ LED technology, announced today that it has upgraded the performance of its award winning MR16 GU10 base 120V LED lamp line with the world’s most efficient LED—the company’s third generation GaN on GaN™ LED. Featuring the company’s signature elements of full visible spectrum light, Soraa’s new GU10 LED lamps are the perfect lighting solution for restaurants, retail, high-end residential, and office environments where superior light quality and smooth dimming are essential. [More]
New Report on Global Wind Lidar Industry

New Report on Global Wind Lidar Industry

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Wind Lidar Industry Report 2014" report to their offering. [More]
BinOptics Selects Eyelit MES Suite for Ithaca Fabrication Facility

BinOptics Selects Eyelit MES Suite for Ithaca Fabrication Facility

Eyelit Inc., a manufacturing software provider for visibility, control, and coordination of manufacturing operations for the aerospace & defense, discrete electronics, life science, medical device, semiconductor, and photovoltaic (solar) industries, announced today that BinOptics, an integrated optoelectronic components manufacturer, has selected the Eyelit MES suite for its fabrication facility in Ithaca, New York. [More]
NASA Tests Setting up of James Webb Space Telescope's Secondary Mirror

NASA Tests Setting up of James Webb Space Telescope's Secondary Mirror

Setting up NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's secondary mirror in space will require special arms that resemble a tripod. NASA recently demonstrated that test in a NASA cleanroom and it was documented in a time-lapse video. [More]
Unwanted Blu-Ray Movie Discs Can Improve Performance of Solar Cells

Unwanted Blu-Ray Movie Discs Can Improve Performance of Solar Cells

Who knew Blu-ray discs were so useful? Already one of the best ways to store high-definition movies and television shows because of their high-density data storage, Blu-ray discs also improve the performance of solar cells -- suggesting a second use for unwanted discs -- according to new research from Northwestern University. [More]

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